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The Nevada Democratic Party said it has no plans to release a separate breakdown of early vote and in-person attendees by precinct.
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The former senator also endorsed his diverse home state to become the first in the nation to hold a presidential contest in the primary cycle.
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"I want to be brave like you," Zachary Ro told the openly gay candidate at a rally in Denver.
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The Vermont senator's win solidified his front-runner status in the crowded field as the race turned to Saturday's presidential primary in South Carolina.
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The author and former presidential candidate cheered what she called a new era in politics, saying: “That revolution is the one that Bernie Sanders now leads."
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He called on U.S. intelligence officials to brief all of the presidential campaigns on the Kremlin's election meddling efforts.
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A bill that passed the House late last year would dramatically transform how the U.S. pays for prescription drugs
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The U.S. president and the Indian prime minister are challenging democracy at home ― and facing new opposition, HuffPost US and HuffPost India report.
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A male suspect was detained at the scene, police said.
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Despite the freakout from TV pundits, the Nevada caucuses are a cause for optimism in dark days.
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Robert O’Brien denied that Russia is trying to interfere in the 2020 election in Trump's favor, and brought up Bernie Sanders' 1988 honeymoon in Moscow.
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The senator is the clear front-runner in the Democratic primary, and demonstrated his strong support among working-class Latinos.
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Aerial views of Antarctica's Eagle Island show the dramatic melting that took place during a major February heatwave.
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This marks the latest test — and the first caucus since the mess in Iowa — for Democratic presidential hopefuls.
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The Democratic primary for a critical regulatory position is coming down to how aggressively — not whether to — crack down on the oil and gas industry.
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The caucuses will test the candidates' strength with black and brown voters for the first time in 2020.
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The 94-year-old screen legend quipped that "somebody younger, like Bernie, is just the perfect candidate."
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“These billionaires, the top 1%, they’re probably crapping their pants.”
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He again falsely claimed that the bill would be covered by tariffs "coming into the country," when tariffs are actually paid by U.S. importers and consumers.